Transit service changes in the Creston Valley

Coming soon improved service to the Community Complex

Effective Tuesday, August 7, the Regional District of Central Kootenay, the Town of Creston and BC Transit are pleased to offer improved service to the Creston and District Community Complex, with every trip on route 1 Town Shuttle/Erickson now serving the facility.

To accommodate this change while maintaining well-timed connections, there will be a few scheduling adjustments made to this route, as well as minor time changes to one trip each on routes 4 Wynndel and 5 West Creston.

This service change comes at the request of the Creston Valley Services Committee.

For more information on transit in the Creston Valley region, please call 250-428-7750 or visit bctransit.com/creston-valley.

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